FOX fall TV 2014: 'Gotham' paired with 'Sleepy Hollow,' 'Glee' final season in 2015

sleepy-hollow-s2-schedule.jpgFOX has made several big moves with its schedule for the 2014-15 season, including moving "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" to Sunday nights and pairing the hotly anticipated "Gotham" with "Sleepy Hollow" on Mondays.

"Bones" will be on the move yet again, this time to Thursdays, and the new unscripted series "Utopia" will take up two hours on the schedule on Tuesday and Friday nights. The final season of "Glee," meanwhile, will hold until early 2015.

See FOX's fall schedule grid here.

The fall schedule includes three new dramas -- "Gotham," limited series "Gracepoint" and the hospital-set dramedy "Red Band Society," starring Octavia Spencer and Dave Annable -- and one new comedy, "Mulaney," starring comedian and former "Saturday Night Live" writer John Mulaney. As it did for 2013-14, FOX has picked up many more new shows with the goal of having programming year-round.

"Our portfolio of content this year reflects the biggest investment in programming we've ever made," FOX Entertainment chairman Kevin Reilly says. "FOX is redefining the network experience on our air and as a 24/7/365 platform, with distinctive series, addictive event dramas and can't-miss live specials that will deliver broadcast's most youthful audience at scale."

The 2014-15 season will also mean the end of the Sunday Animation Domination lineup. "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" is moving to the post- "Simpsons" spot at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT, and "Mulaney" will follow "Family Guy" at 9:30.

The network will also have four hours of unscripted shows on the air in the fall, with "Utopia" -- which moves 15 people to a remote location and asks them to start a new society -- at 8 on Tuesdays (leading into "New Girl" and "The Mindy Project") and 9 on Fridays. "Hell's Kitchen" moves into the 8 p.m. Wednesday spot, and "Masterchef Junior" returns to Fridays.

In addition to "Glee," "American Idol" and Season 3 of "The Following," FOX will bring in new dramas "Backstrom," "Wayward Pines," "Empire" and "Hieroglyph" in 2015, along with comedies "Last Man on Earth" and "Weird Loners" and a new animated series, "Bordertown."
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